Amber lagers, sometimes called Vienna lagers after the name of the city in which the style originated, are lagers with a color that ranges from amber to copper, which is achieved by the use of caramel or black patent malts. Amber lagers from macrobreweries will typically resemble a pale lager in flavor due to low amounts of hops, malts, and body, while those brewed by microbreweries will tend to be on the malty side with a fuller body.

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